‘Fled Cruz’ Is Hilarious

So, I won’t lie, son. On the real, the internet never ceases to be funny, man. I mean, no matter the situation, the online community will find a way to make shit hilarious. With that being said, the name “Fled Cruz” is a special brand of comical. Like, on what planet did Ted Cruz think it was cool to ditch Texas during the middle of a crisis? Shit, after his role in fanning the flames of the U.S. Capitol riot, one would think that Cruz would try to be as helpful as possible. But, nope, brethren. Instead, Cruz tried to bounce with his family and really thought that people wouldn’t notice. All in all, he’s a certified clown, fam.

Ok, for those who are unaware, Texas is a shit-show right now. Thanks to climate change, the state has been battered with unprecedented amounts of snow and ice. Because of this, millions of people are residing in frozen houses that are without power. To clarify, the motherfucking Texas power grid just gave up, bruh. Furthermore, because of these extraordinary times, resources such as food and water are becoming an issue for residents. So, during a moment like this, what should the community expect from its elected officials? They should be finding ways to rectify the power issues and get supplies to the people, right? Well, that’s not what Ted Cruz did. In fact, to get away from the problems of his fellow Texans, Cruz hopped on a plane with his family to Cancún, Mexico. *Sigh* He’s such a great Senator, son.

Now, here’s the thing. The fact is, Cruz can’t pretend like this was some planned trip. Based on leaked text messages, his wife, Heidi Cruz, put this vacation in motion because their “house is FREEZING.” Well, welcome to the club, Heidi. Frankly, all of her father’s constituents are in the same boat and a lot of them don’t have the ability to flee the scene. Keeping it a buck, how dense can one man be, fam? Like, did he really think this was a good idea? To abandon the people who voted for him? For God‘s sake, Ted Cruz continually shows us that he’s of low character. Hell, I guess promoting a riot wasn’t bad enough. Now he wants to take the easy way out while his people suffer. Bravo, fool.

In the end, there’s nothing else to say, son. Ultimately, I’m not surprised by Cruz’ ain’t-shit-ness. By and by, these politicians just continue to show us that they don’t give a fuck about the people. At the end of the day, we get what we vote for. That is all. LC out.

Mitch McConnell Admitted That Party Matters More Than Morals

So, I won’t lie, son. On the real, there was never a point in time when I thought that the GOP would convict Donald Trump. I mean, during his four tumultuous years in office, the Republican Party NEVER stood up to any of his tomfoolery. Hell, they had a chance to get Trump the fuck outta here during his first impeachment and they dropped the ball. His family members literally admitted to meeting with Russia, but somehow, no one got in trouble. With all of that being said, I wasn’t surprised that Trump got off, again. However, after hearing Mitch McConnell‘s speech, I want to chop him in the fucking neck. Like, what the fuck was the point of condemning Trump if he wasn’t going to convict?

Ok, for those who missed it, Trump skated after his second impeachment for inciting the January 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol. Now, in order to convict Trump, 67 Senators needed to vote for it. When it was all said and done, only 43 Senators did the right thing. Furthermore, only seven of those 43 Senators were Republicans. Needless to say, McConnell was not one of those seven. In any case, for some reason, this droopy-face motherfucker thought it was a good idea to say that Trump was “practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.” Fam, is he serious? Like, is he really fucking serious?! Bruh, why the FUCK were they even there?! To hold someone responsible for the cotdamn riot! So, if Trump was “practically and morally responsible,” then why the fuck did he vote not guilty?!

Listen, at this point, I’m shocked that I can still be shocked, man. Shit, out of his own mouth, McConnell acknowledged Trump’s culpability. But, due to party allegiance, he STILL refused to do the right thing. Frankly, a conviction would’ve been a game-changer, son. It would’ve stripped Trump’s ability to run for office again and it would’ve stopped his access to confidential briefings. Now, for a man as volatile as Trump, that would’ve been the responsible thing to do. Then again, only a fool would think that the GOP would do the responsible thing. *Sigh* I don’t even know what to say anymore, fam.

In the end, Mitch McConnell is a fucking hypocrite, bruh. Ultimately, there was NO point in him criticizing Trump if he wasn’t going to do his fucking job. By and by, politics never ceases to disgust me, son. At the end of the day, being part of a team is WAY more important than being just. All I can do is shake my head, brethren. That is all. LC out.